Zigbee – Smart Dimmer Switch (No Faceplate – No Neutral Required)

£36.99

Transform your home lighting with the Zigbee Smart Dimmer Switch, an advanced solution designed for effortless installation and top-tier performance. This versatile dimmer switch eliminates the need for a neutral wire and comes without a faceplate, allowing you to customise its appearance to match your existing décor.

 

Works with Home Assistant
Work with Hubitat
zigbee2mqtt compatible

 

The Zigbee Smart Dimmer Switch offers unparalleled flexibility and convenience, making it an essential addition to any smart home. Whether you aim to reduce energy consumption or create the perfect atmosphere, this smart dimmer switch delivers exceptional performance and user-friendly operation.

A universal Zigbee 3.0, 1-gang, 2-way, rotary dimmer switch. Compatible with Amazon Echo Plus, Philips Hue, Home Assistant, Smartthings, Hubitat, Tuya Zigbee gateway, plus others. Works with HomeKit when used with Philips Hue.

 

✔ Works with all standard Zigbee home hubs – Smartthings, Hubitat, Echo, Ikea
✔ Works with HomeKit when used with Philips Hue
✔ Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant if your hub supports it
✔ Push On/Off – turning on returns to previous brightness when turned off
✔ Trailing edge, flicker free, noise free.
✔ No neutral wire required, making it easy to retro fit in most UK homes.
✔ Minimum brightness can be set to ensure you get best dimming range out of your lights.
✔ The dimming switch can be used in conjunction with push (retractive) switches to allow for 2 way control.

Product TypeRotary Smart Switch Dimmer
ProtocolZigbee 3.0
Hub RequiredYes - A Zigbee hub/gateway/bridge is required
Power SourceMains wired (AC)
Voltage Range220-240V
Neutral Wire RequirementsN wire not required
Minimum Load SupportedMinimum 5W per lamp and minimum 10W per circuit
Maximum Power for LED (W)250
Maximum Power for incandescent (W)250
Dimming TechnologyTrailing Edge dimming
Minimum Brightness SettingFirmware Setting
Maximum Brightness SettingThrough your own smart home automations
Works With Physical SwitchesYes - works with retractive/push switches
Works in 2-way systemYes - when using a retractive switch as the secondary switch
Getting Started LinkClick here
Instructions LinkClick here
Out of the box supportAll Zigbee 3.0 compliant hubs and gateways such as Smartthings, Hubitat, Home Assistant (ZHA), Zigbee2mqtt, Tuya Zigbee gateway etc. Also works with Philips Hue.
Candeo support - HubitatCandeo custom Hubitat device drivers add extra features.
Candeo support - SmartthingsCandeo custom Smartthings Edge driver adds extra features.
SKUZigbee - Smart Dimmer Switch  (No Neutral Required)
C202
Zigbee - Smart Dimmer Switch (No Faceplate - No Neutral Required)
C202N
WiFi - Smart Dimmer Switch (No Neutral Required)
C302-WF
Product TypeRotary Smart Switch DimmerRotary Smart Switch DimmerRotary Smart Switch Dimmer
ProtocolZigbee 3.0Zigbee 3.0Wifi (Tuya)
Hub RequiredYes - A Zigbee hub/gateway/bridge is requiredYes - A Zigbee hub/gateway/bridge is requiredNo extra hub required
Power SourceMains wired (AC)Mains wired (AC)Mains wired (AC)
Voltage Range220-240V220-240V220-240V
Neutral Wire RequirementsN wire not requiredN wire not requiredN wire not required
Minimum Load SupportedMinimum 5W per lamp and minimum 10W per circuitMinimum 5W per lamp and minimum 10W per circuitMinimum 5W per lamp and minimum 10W per circuit
Maximum Power for LED (W)250250200
Maximum Power for incandescent (W)250250200
Dimming TechnologyTrailing Edge dimmingTrailing Edge dimmingLeading Edge and Trailing Edge dimming
Minimum Brightness SettingFirmware SettingFirmware SettingSoftware Setting
Maximum Brightness SettingThrough your own smart home automationsThrough your own smart home automationsSoftware Setting
Works With Physical SwitchesYes - works with retractive/push switchesYes - works with retractive/push switchesYes - works with retractive/push switches
Works in 2-way systemYes - when using a retractive switch as the secondary switchYes - when using a retractive switch as the secondary switchYes - when using a retractive switch as the secondary switch
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